The charming Hotel Brunelleschiis in the heart of the Tuscan capital, a few steps from the Uffizi Gallery and major monuments.
It is an historic building built inside a Byzantine tower from the 6th century and a medieval church and is the proud host of a museum that houses the remains recovered during construction.
The fabulous suites are truly luxurious havens where you can be pampered while enjoying every comfort including the satellite TV with 42" screen, minibar, Wifi connection, whirlpool bath and 24/7 room service.
This 4-star hotel in the centre of Florence is enchanting with its highly professional staff, luxury and the magnificent environment that surrounds it. The panorama from each room is enchanting with a view of the Brunelleschi cupola, Via dei Calzaioli or Piazzetta del Giglio.
The Santa Elisabetta restaurant will lure you in with the cuisine of Chef Simone Bertaccini while those who love traditional dishes will be pleased to discover the Osteria della Pagliazza.
The fitness area with Technogym equipment and the three meeting rooms make the hotel perfect for any type of travel.
The Puccini Festival began in 1930 and over the years has become increasingly prestigious, attracting thousands of visitors from all over the world.
Torre del Lago is a a popular destination for opera lovers and tourists who wish to visit the purlieus of the most beloved composer of the twentieth century. In its seventy years of history, the Puccini Festival has seen the most illustrious and acclaimed names in opera from around the world step onto its stage.
The Capannina di Franceschi, historic discothèque in Forte dei Marmi whose stage and dance floor has been graced by Italian and international stars offers advantageous conditions and VIP treatment for all customers who stay at the Grand Hotel Principe di Piemonte.